Solved access bios without a PS2 keyboard

December 17, 2018 at 21:53:27
Specs: Windows 10, radeon rx 6300 - 8GB DDR3
i do do not own a ps2 keyboard and everywhere i have looked tells me i need one. I am trying to access the bios to re-enable on board graphics for a second monitor, but i need to enter the bios to do so.

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December 17, 2018 at 21:55:49
woops i said i have a radeon processor xD its an AMX fx 6300 3.5GHz 6core processor and i have a radeon rx 560

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December 17, 2018 at 22:33:00
Sounds like you need to borrow one, usb keyboards are also a possible.

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December 18, 2018 at 09:18:06
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You may not be able to enable the onboard graphics if you have a graphics card installed. Why would you even want to? Just connect the 2nd monitor to the graphics card instead. The RX 560 should have several ports available, but you might need to get an adapter to be able to connect the monitor cable (depends on what you have).

BTW, are you telling us you've never been able to access the BIOS? In most cases, a USB keyboard should work. Could it be you're simply pressing the wrong key? Or maybe you're pressing the right key but at the wrong time? I suggest you look in the motherboard manual. If you don't have a copy, check the board manufacturer's website.

One other thing (& a little history lesson).... your CPU is an AMD FX-series processor. Radeon is the name of AMD's (formally ATI) graphics series. ATI began using the Radeon brand name in about 2000. it was the successor to the ATI Rage series of graphics cards. AMD bought out ATI in 2006.

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